Up, Up & Away, to Super-Planck Powers, in My Kinetic Electrostatic Balloons!
In this book, I explain the thermodynamic kinematics of the coulombic inflation pressure required to hold open huge spherical shells composed of mainly nuclear fusionable materials. The specific context for the balloon topologies is the modeling of the requirements for the achievement of super-Planck Powers via simultaneous detonation of unit cells comprising the spherical shells. Methods for precisely timing the detonation of the unit cells are considered but without violating the light speed limits according to Special Relativity. Additionally, other forms of fuels for balloon composition are considered such as matter-antimatter fuels, exotic QCD fuels having super-fusion yields, and nuclear isomers. Near the end of the book, whimsical conjectures are provided as suggestions regarding fundamental cosmological ramifications based on the results of spheres modeled to have the mass and radius of the baryonic content of the observable universe. Additionally, I consider possibilities for center of mass frame collisions of hollow spheres of substantially identical mass, thickness, and radius at velocities very close to that of light for which one sphere is made of Standard Model baryonic matter and the other sphere is made of mirror matter analogues. Upon spatial enmeshment of two colliding spheres, the mirror matter sphere is assumed to be immediately converted to Standard Model matter by a cellular distribution of clock and change mechanisms by differential volumetric element over the mirror matter sphere composition. The interaction of both spheres is assumed to yield complete explosive reactions on times scales in the background observer reference frame which are about equal to the time it would take light to travel a distance equal to 10 percent the at rest width of the unit reactive cells of the materials of composition of the spheres divided by two times gamma where gamma is the degree of relativistic sphere length contraction in the background observer frame. For periodic table element atomic composition, the unit cells are assumed to be individual atoms. The factor of 10 percent or 0.1 assumes that the particles are essentially enmeshed upon mirror matter conversion so that the particles need only travel say, 10 percent of their width to interact with the normal matter counterparts. Thus, the resulting particle collisions are assumed to be at least well underway by the time the particles have traveled at least 10 percent of their invariant widths in their own frame. In reality, a more conservative estimate would involve particle interaction on times scales for which the factor of 0.1 is omitted because of the limiting value of C. However, since the particles are assumed to undergo non-zero jerk or non-zero first time derivatives of acceleration, much of the energy release may be completed in the initial collision stages of particle on particle interaction. The portions of individual particles colliding on time scales less than the light speed transit time across the invariant width of the particle may actually result in even more extreme values of d[Int F dot dx]/dt = d[Int (dP/dt) dot dx]/dt because the particles may be effectively super-rigid thus resulting in the more extreme jerk. Such results may not apply very well as a model, if at all, for actual particle collisions as occur in accelerator laboratories. However, the reader is advised to note that some of the particles may be completely enmeshed in space-time, or almost so, or at least partial enmeshed in space-time such as in an overlapping configuration. Thus, immediate presence of one particle with an oncoming particle may be a frequent occurrence in these collisional configurations. Since we are potentially implying spatial-temporally enmeshed particle wave-functions but then not so in the context of Bose-Einstein condensates, an entirely new conjectural phenomenon is considered here.
- Paperback | 114 pages
- 215.9 x 279.4 x 6.86mm | 358.34g
- 15 Jan 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- colour illustrations